Working in hospitals, clinics and medical centres looking after the health and care of people with physical illness.
Working in a leisure centre, in sports as a player or coach, or involved in personal / fitness training.
Caring for individuals experiencing psychological difficulties, or with the welfare of individuals or groups of people experiencing some form of hardship.
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Children’s nurses care for children of all ages, mostly within the hospital environment. Children’s nurses work in...
Learners will be introduced to social science research methods and theories, to the role of social care in Ireland – in terms of trends, the...
A fully qualified medical doctor who works with and treats people who are suffering from psychological illnesses or disorders.
Works in private homes caring for their employers' children.
Provides support services for scientists in the clinical pathology laboratory with tasks including making-up reagents, labelling and separating specimens, and maintaining equipment
Provides surgical care for the teeth, jaws and facial bones.
A fully qualified medical doctor who specialises in treating and advising women on health, pregnancy and childbirth issues.
Treats patients recovering from illness or injury using massage and exercise.
Community education projects focus on promoting learning and educational support within local communities to encourage both individual and community development.
A fully qualified medical doctor who specialises in the correction of vision, and works in the treatment of all conditions, disorders and diseases of the eye.
Exercises race horses and rides them in competitive races for the race horse owner.
Genetic technologists study biological specimens such as blood, bone marrow, tumours and amniotic fluid.